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FSF Fans’ Parliament 2009 Elections and Motions

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and Supporters Direct merged to become the FSA in 2019 – so this page may contain hyperlinks that do not work and/or have missing files. Our archived pages are not maintained and will not be updated.

If you are seeking a document regarding training or the development of your supporters’ organisation, please visit the live training and resource section of our website. if you need further assistance email: [email protected]

With Fans’ Parliament fast approaching (less than one month to go) members can view proposed motions for consideration and FSF election detail. This information will also be given out to everyone attending on the day, but we realise some members find it useful to view these in advance of debates.

View Fans’ Parliament 2009 motions.

View FSF election nominations.

If you have any further queries regarding these please contact FSF secretary Mike Williamson.

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